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mortalthoughts
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bobbys world...thats it...hell yea....
Post Thu Feb 27, 2003 3:37 pm
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Uncle Ted: Heeeeey Bobbo!...You know what time it is!

Bobby: No...What time is it?

Uncle Ted: It's tiiiiiiiime for noogieeeeeeeeees!

(Uncle ted gives noogie to Bobby)

Bobby: (Looking at audience) Why does Uncle Ted always feel the need to give me noogies?


That was some REAL Saturday morning stuff right there...Not this stuff you kids are watching now...
Post Thu Feb 27, 2003 3:39 pm
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mortalthoughts
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HAHAHAHAHAHA!
Post Thu Feb 27, 2003 3:41 pm
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DOUG anyone?
Post Thu Feb 27, 2003 3:41 pm
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dabinduppes wrote:
I remember when Menudo and Men at Work performed on Kids incoroporated...Im 23, Mr Wizard and Bill Cosby's show where he had the magic pen....staples of my childhood


cosby's show was called "Picture Pages".

kids incorporated, mr wizard, and a couple others listed on here dont really seem that old to me...

blunted--- bobby's show with howie mandel? Bobbys World i think.

remember these shows:

Turbo Teen, Wuzzles, Popples, Shirt Tales, and the one and only...

Hammer Time.

mc hammer's cartoon was sooo fuckin gay. haha
Post Thu Feb 27, 2003 3:42 pm
 
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Sk8 TV definitely kept it real. Who likes the Chappelle Show? I saw it for the first time last night. "The Mad Real World," it was fucking mad!
Post Thu Feb 27, 2003 3:43 pm
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321 Contact
You Can't Do That on Television
Go-Bots
Fraggle Rock
Muppet Babies
Bobby's World
etc.

In loving memory of Mr. Rogers. RIP
Post Thu Feb 27, 2003 3:46 pm
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HAHA

"3.2.1.....CONTACT, THATS THE REASON...."

i definitely remember that shit.
best show mentioned so far.
Post Thu Feb 27, 2003 3:47 pm
 
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OH SHOOT!!!
Hammer Time!!! That show was INCREDIBLE!!!
Joker would dance and musical staffs would float out of his body...He killed his enemies doing the typewriter...It doesn't get better than that...SHIRT TALES..MY GOSH...Hated Popples...

THat's the good stuff right there...

321 Contact was off the hook too!

Blunted...Doug doesn't count...Sorry...
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Post Thu Feb 27, 2003 3:59 pm
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i talk about this show to people and everyone looked at me like i was crazy... finally found out it did exist...i remebered seeing this show when
i was little bigfoot was a good guy that raises some kid...they solve crimes together...seventies tv was bugged


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In 1776, a cowardly New Englander named Jonathan Muddlemore grabbed his cat, Boo, and hid from British soldiers inside a grandfather clock in an old, abandoned mansion.

Two hundred years later, a vicious storm forced three teenagers to hole up in the mansion, where they proceeded to reset the aforementioned clock to midnight. This action released the ghosts of Muddlemore and Boo, and the pair teamed up with the teens to fight crime.

Dubbed “Muddsey” by the teens, the still cowardly Muddlemore turned invisible whenever he got frightened, which was quite often. The gang rode around in the Looney Duney dune buggy, crisscrossing America and stomping out evil. Boo’s ghost had a dustup in every episode with Elmo, the teen’s pet bulldog.

Animated in Australia, The Funky Phantom was noted for its unique sound effects, which were unlike those in any other Hanna-Barbera cartoon. The show’s run of original episodes only lasted one season, with repeats being substituted for the second season. After being cancelled in 1973, the show’s episodes were incorporated into The Godzilla/Dynomutt Hour with the Funky Phantom, proving once and for all that if you like Revolutionary War-era ghosts, you’ll love them even more if they're joined by a giant fire-breathing dinosaur and a robotic crimefighting dog.

This last series only ran two months, after which the Phantom and Boo presumably fled to the veritable sanctity of their grandfather clock, embittered by the phoniness of show business.
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Whatcha know about that captain kangaroo!
Post Thu Feb 27, 2003 4:16 pm
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